This Graca Machel SASOL Scholarship is exclusively open to Mozambican students who are currently or will be pursuing master’s degree at a South African University. Please note, only female students will be taken in consideration. The winning students will receive award covering all of the relates expenses. To apply, the completed application packet must be received no later than 19 October 2015.
The Canon Collins Trust is delighted to invite applications from Mozambican women for the Graça Machel scholarships for Master’s study in South Africa in 2016. This scholarship is fully sponsored by SASOL. Candidates are expected to study one of the priority areas below.
Each of the scholarship’s winners will receive the following benefits:
- Tuition fees paid in full
- A stipend to cover living expenses
- Medical insurance for scholars studying in South Africa
- A travel allowance to cover the cost of flights
Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in one of the following priority areas:
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects
- Petroleum/Drilling Engineering
- Reservoir Engineering
- Civil/Mechanical Engineering
Place of Study
In South African University.
Eligibility and Criteria
In order to be qualified for this scholarship, please ensure that you meet the following requirements:
- A national of and normally resident in Mozambique
- Seeking to study at Master’s level in one of the subjects named above.
- In possession of a good first degree (minimum second class, upper division or equivalent) or about to graduate in the year of application
- Studying or applying to study at a South African university
Only Mozambican students are invited to apply.
The application packet must be consisting the documents as follow:
- Completed application form
- Copy of degree certificates, if available
- Certified academic transcripts
- Reference letters from two referees
- ID document (passport, birth certificate or driver’s license)
- You may also need to submit two recent payslips, if currently employed
19 October 2015.